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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Study Guide - Foreign Exchange Spot, Longrun, Liquid Oxygen

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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Study Guide - Market Price, Liquid Oxygen, Forego

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 the basics of call and put options and how to calculate their payoffs and profits. Lo2 the factors that affect option values and how to price call
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Air Canada, Net Present Value, Chilean Peso

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12 Mar 2014
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Liquid Oxygen, Efficient-Market Hypothesis, Underwriting

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 the venture capital market and its role in the financing of new, high-risk ventures. Lo2 how securities are sold to the public and the role of inve
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Project Y, Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Capital Budgeting

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 how to determine a firm"s cost of equity capital. Lo2 how to determine a firm"s cost of debt. Lo3 how to determine a firm"s overall cost of capital
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Risk-Free Interest Rate, Risk Premium, Squared Deviations From The Mean

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 the calculation for expected returns and standard deviation for individual securities and portfolios. Lo2 the principle of diversification and the
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

Leasing problems 22.2-22.7.doc

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12 Mar 2014
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Fin401 solutions to questions 2-7 in chapter 22 (editions 5 and 6) Note: assume that all cash flows other than initial cost occur at the end of a perio
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Yield Curve, Arbitrage, Capital Asset

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12 Mar 2014
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A: systematic risk is defined as risk that. C: risk that affects a single company is called ______ risk, systematic, market, unsystematic, alpha, nondi
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Solution Set, Capital Structure, Cash Flow

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12 Mar 2014
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These facts form the basis of almost all the solving techniques that we"ll be looking at so it"s very important that you know them and don"t forget abo
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Interest Rate Risk, Commercial Bank, Leap Year

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12 Mar 2014
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D: the prime rate is the interest rate that the largest commercial banks charge their most creditworthy ____ customers for _____ loans. E: a bellwether
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Corporate Bond, Tulip Mania, Complement Factor B

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12 Mar 2014
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E: annual dividend yield at time (t + 1), dt+1, divided by the stock price at time t, pt is called the, annualized rate of return, capital gain, total
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Mutual Fund, Shares Outstanding

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12 Mar 2014
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Overview of security types: contract to buy = 500 / 50 = 10. Purchase price = 10 50 ,530 = ,000. P = ,565: gain = (,565 1,530) 10 50 = ,500. P = ,475:
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RYERSONECN 104Vikraman BaskaranFall

ECN 104 Study Guide - Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Fisher Equation, Risk-Free Interest Rate

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 the calculation for expected returns and standard deviation for individual securities and portfolios. Lo2 the principle of diversification and the
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RYERSONECN 104Vikraman BaskaranFall

ECN 104 Study Guide - Net Income, Fixed Asset, Techron

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 how to determine relevant cash flows for a proposed project. Lo2 how to project cash flows and determine if a project is acceptable. Lo3 how to cal
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RYERSONECN 104Vikraman BaskaranFall

ECN 104 Study Guide - Cash Flow, Financial Statement, Payback Period

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 how to compute the net present value and why it is the best decision criterion. Lo2 the payback rule and some of its shortcomings. Lo3 the discount
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Capital Structure, Ordinary Income, Tax Shield

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 the effect of financial leverage on firm value and cost of capital. Lo2 the impact of taxes and bankruptcy on capital structure choice. Answers to
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - 0 (Year), Sensitivity Analysis, Net Present Value

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 how to perform and interpret a sensitivity analysis for a proposed investment. Lo2 how to perform and interpret a scenario analysis for a proposed
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Balloon Payment Mortgage, Cash Flow, The Monthly

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 how to determine the future and present value of investments with multiple cash flows. Lo2 how loan payments are calculated and how to find the int
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RYERSONACC 110Marla SpergelFall

ACC 110 Study Guide - Standard Form Contract, Rescission, Parol Evidence Rule

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12 Mar 2014
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Not every statement communicated during the negotiation process is a contractual term. A statement becomes a contractual term only if it is included in
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RYERSONECN 104Vikraman BaskaranFall

ECN 104 Study Guide - Opportunity Cost, Dividend Tax, Common Stock

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 the difference between accounting value (or book value) and market value. Lo2 the difference between accounting income and cash flow. Lo3 the diffe
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RYERSONECN 104Vikraman BaskaranFall

ECN 104 Study Guide - Life Insurance, Capital Structure, Financial Intermediary

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 the basic types of financial management decisions and the role of the financial manager. Lo2 the financial implications of the different forms of b
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RYERSONECN 104Vikraman BaskaranFall

Leasing problems 22.2-22.7.doc

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12 Mar 2014
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Fin401 solutions to questions 2-7 in chapter 22 (editions 5 and 6) Note: assume that all cash flows other than initial cost occur at the end of a perio
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RYERSONACC 110Marla SpergelFall

ACC 110 Study Guide - Indian Act, The Seller, Consumer Protection

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12 Mar 2014
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A person cannot enter into a contract unless they have the legal power to give consent. To protect specific groups of ppl, the law has drawn a distinct
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RYERSONACC 110Marla SpergelFall

ACC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Judicial Restraint, Precedent, Case Citation

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12 Mar 2014
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Usually occurs when two or more defendants agree to act together with the primary purpose of causing a financial loss to the plaintiff. Rules are diffe
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RYERSONACC 110Marla SpergelFall

BUSINESS LAW REVIEW MIDTERM 2.docx

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12 Mar 2014
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RYERSONACC 110Marla SpergelFall

~$apter 2 - Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution.doc

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RYERSONITM 102Louis PikeFall

ITM 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Liquid Oxygen, The Province

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 how to determine the future value of an investment made today. Lo2 how to determine the present value of cash to be received at a future date. Lo3
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RYERSONITM 102Louis PikeFall

ITM 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Liquid Oxygen, Bell Internet, Cash Flow

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 the sources and uses of a firm"s cash flows. Lo2 how to standardize financial statements for comparison purposes. Lo3 how to compute and, more impo
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RYERSONITM 102Louis PikeFall

ITM 102 Study Guide - Canadian Tire, Canadian Business, Corporate Liability

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12 Mar 2014
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Present value of fcf (future cash flows) to determine share of stock value: D = cash dividend paid at the end of the period. R = required return in the
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RYERSONITM 102Louis PikeFall

ITM 102 Study Guide - Liquid Oxygen, Financial Instrument, List Of Bus Routes In Staten Island

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 how stock prices depend on future dividends and dividend growth. Lo2 the characteristics of common and preferred stocks. Lo3 the different ways cor
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RYERSONITM 102Louis PikeFall

ITM 102 Study Guide - Fax

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12 Mar 2014
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Assignment 4 negative message: scenario 2 a. As you know, since launching business in 2008, we have made our home 43 winchill boulevard. Overtime, as a
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RYERSONSOC 202Louis PikeFall

SOC 202 Study Guide - Acura, Touchscreen

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12 Mar 2014
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RYERSONECN 104Vikraman BaskaranFall

ECN 104 Study Guide - Share Repurchase, Investment, Cash Flow

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12 Mar 2014
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RYERSONECN 104Vikraman BaskaranFall

ECN 104 Study Guide - Scenario Analysis, Marginal Revenue, Sensitivity Analysis

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12 Mar 2014
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Lo1 how to perform and interpret a sensitivity analysis for a proposed investment. Lo2 how to perform and interpret a scenario analysis for a proposed
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RYERSONECN 104Vikraman BaskaranFall

ECN 104 Study Guide - Profit Margin, Dividend Policy, Rate Equation

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12 Mar 2014
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RYERSONECN 104Vikraman BaskaranFall

ECN 104 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Net Income, Variable Cost, Total Absorption Costing

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12 Mar 2014
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Test 1 solutions, winter term 2012 (feb 13, 2012, 12 p. m. 2 p. m. in room trs2-147) This test consists of 5 questions (9 pages). All questions must be
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RYERSONACC 110Marla SpergelFall

ACC 110 Study Guide - Fundamental Breach, Expectation Damages, Liquidated Damages

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12 Mar 2014
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One or more remedies may be available if a contract is breached. In the vast majority of cases, the remedy for a breach of contract is damages: damages
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RYERSONITM 102Louis PikeFall

ITM 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Common Stock, Net Income, Tax Bracket

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RYERSONACC 110Marla SpergelFall

ACC 110 Lecture Notes - 0 (Year), Income Tax, Cash Flow

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E3 1: adjusting entry b, no entry or adjusting (allowed by ifrs, adjusting entry, no entry f, adjusting entry h. i. j, no entry transactional entry tra
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RYERSONACC 110Marla SpergelFall

ACC 110 Lecture Notes - Financial Statement, Income Statement, Deferred Tax

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Current assets are assets that will be used up, sold, or converted to cash within one year or one operating cycle. Current liabilities will be paid or
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